02 May, 2008

Fink's Links #13

So another week draws to a close (why are they going so quickly at the moment? Time should be absolutely crawling along with Mexico on the horizon!) and therefore it's time for another collection of goodies from the ever-changing series of tubes I lovingly refer to as my interwebnetspages...

Okay, lets get this week underway by brushing the cats out of the way first, so may I introduce you to Libby, the Seeing Eye Cat...and a Flickr user about to discover what it's like "When Cats Attack!"...

An amazing bit of Pixel street art...

"The case of the smiley face - Could there be a calculated, cross-country plot to kill young college men, including some in Minnesota? It seems a little hard to believe, but two New York detectives say they can prove it".

Some correctly titled "really stunning pictures and photos"...

Now, and I know this is very, *very* old, having mentioned the sequel to the Hitchikers Guide game last week, if you fancy playing the original, the BBC have a rather nice version of it here (with graphics), or you can play the *original* original here (if you have Java installed)...

Something that makes me want to throw my dummy on the floor and cry "Wah! I want one!"...

Would you be interested to read the replies that came back to a man who posed as 10 year old boy and wrote to American serial killers for advice on his school career?

Enjoy the preposterous sign to the right of the entrance to the National Association of Telemarketers HQ...

Take a trip with me to the "Anotomical theatre", and spend some time looking through the picture gallery of their spooky collection of relics...

Now how about sneaking round an abandoned police station in Detroit? It's like the shots you see of the buildings around Chernobil, everything just *left*, in this case meaning evidence (including guns, ammo and drugs), photos and files, even all the riot gear (including cansiters of something called "Pepper Fog")...how can this have happened in America? Surely things aren't *that* bad over there? He's crept into a lot of other buildings in that collapsing city too, if you like this sort of thing... ;)

Now, restore your feeling of wellbeing with a nice cup of tea, made with the help of your automatic Tea Bag remover...?

...and finally, a really imaginative 8-bit game-style picture entitled "underneath it all"...(don't miss the flip button)... ;)

There won't be any links for the next few weeks, because of the aforementioned honeymoon trip to Mexico, so more next month I guess!

Previous entries can be found here...

4 comments:

Ys said...

automatic teabag remover? i want one!! i don't think i have any fingerprint left on my fingers from fishing hot teabags out of tea!

Kev Brown said...

You have posted some wonderfull photo's over this last week, loved the big bang pics....is that purple camper with the safari windows yours? If so, you own my dream campervan, in the best possible colour!

Anonymous said...

steadyon, it's his wife that has the purple bug..........!!!!!!!! hehe...........

¨°º©[ Fink ]©º°¨ said...

Aw, I wish we did own that camper Kev, ours is a much more practical T25 that you can actually live in rather than just polish and cherish... ;)